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Mailutils 0.2 release

From: Sergey Poznyakoff
Subject: Mailutils 0.2 release
Date: Tue, 17 Dec 2002 11:03:32 +0200

The mailutils team is pleased to announce the 0.2 release of GNU Mailutils.
The release is available by anonymous FTP from:

and from mirrors worldwide -- see <>.

The md5 checksums of the files are:

6d173c75294fe00501e75f363db5a79b  mailutils-0.2.tar.gz
2bfe8b41089af528cd91abacd867edad  mailutils-0.2.tar.gz.sig

GNU Mailutils is a collection of utilities for handling electronic mail.
It contains a series of useful mail clients and servers built around
the single core library.

Specifically, the package contains a pop3 server, and an imap4
server. It also provides a POSIX `mailx' client, and a collection of
other tools. All programs are capable of reading and storing mail in a
variety of formats.

More information about the package is available from the following

Please email bugs or suggestions to <address@hidden>.

New in this release:

* mail utility: Supports `editheaders' boolean variable. When sending
  an outgoing message correctly adds `In-Reply-To' and `References'
  New command `setenv' allows to set and examine environment
* New library libsieve supports Sieve language as described in
  RFC 3028 and provides a mechanism for dynamic loading of
  user-defined actions, tests and comparators.

* sieve: Supports full set of actions and tests. Addition of new
  commands is possible on platforms supporting dynamic linking.

* mail.local is now able to execute arbitrary sieve scripts before
  final delivery.  

* Added new utility mailutils-config. The utility prints gcc command
  line options needed for compiling and linking an application against


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